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The Sassy Spoon, Bandra

The Sassy Spoon, Bandra is back with a lot more sass. Brainchild of the dynamic duo – Rachel Goenka and Irfan Pabaney – the restaurant’s philosophy has always been delicious food peppered with sass. To give patrons that ‘Sassy experience’ the restaurant has revamped the menu with quirky bar bites, innovative mains, speedy takeaways, scrumptious breakfasts, weekday specials and has introduced Asian and Indian cuisine along with an all-new exciting selection of cocktails and mocktails.
The new bar bites menu boasts of some wacky yet delicious selection of tidbits like prawn pakodas flavoured with Thai curry and kafir lime, sweet chili dip; coriander and rava crusted bombil, mango chutney; loaded potato skins, a version of the classic vada pao. Among the mains some of the highlights are the Kerala-style lamb, buttered brun; peanut crusted rawas on a bed of pakchoy in moilee-style sauce; aglio olio risotto with curried prawns. The dessert menu includes whisky tart.
The new beverage menu comprises exciting house infused liqueurs, like Gold Member, vodka with green tea kava liqueur. A good bet is also Jack-n-Ginger with whisky, lemon, smoked ginger syrup and fizz. Mixologist Pranav Mody experiments with nostalgic elements with his new concoctions, including Indus Gimlet with gin, lime and chaat masala.
In its new avatar The Sasssy Spoon, Bandra imbibes a more youthful spirit with its warm and chic bar centric ambience. Being true to their oxymoron like nature, the design intent is to blend the essence of a contemporary restobar with a sprinkling of the original Sassy. A fresh colour palette of vintage pink with floral artwork has been introduced on the walls, along with a spectrum of pink ombre on the rope ceiling in the outdoor patio. The play of eye-catching furniture detailed with accents of pink along with brass edged marble tables and a layer of laser cut lattice work on the window panes add to the fresh appeal of the place. Taking inspiration from the Parisians countryside, the striking new back bar of wooden French armoires painted in antique grey and mint blue gives the place a new feel.
The restaurant has also made room for a comforting little walk-in section for their in-house patisserie – Sassy Teaspoon, offering scrumptious cakes, pastries, cookies, tarts, ice creams and freshly baked breads.

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